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Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

In more Olympic inspired sneakers, the latest Air Jordan model to release inspired by the upcoming Olympics is the Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack. You might have heard a few days ago Opium Barcelona, Spain dropped this model.

Limited quantities of the Air Jordan 7 Retro Miro released, and was a great turnout. Some left empty handed while others had exactly what they came for. A lot of criticism is being said about this pair, but we came across a few people that love them, so to each its own. You can grab a pair on eBay.


Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack on eBay

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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